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  • Compressing Video

    Hi everybody,

    Just recently finished editing my first video ever. It's from MNSSHP with the micechatters.

    The problem is the video is 1.91 GB. The video itself is 9 minutes. I guess I can break the video up into 2 segments, but I still know it's possible to get it smaller than this.

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks.


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    Re: Compressing Video

    Check out VLC at http://www.videolan.org/ . this is free software that will help you change the format or compress your video. It is written for Mac or Windows or Linux. I use this wizard all the time to create mp4 files with VLC.

    The tool is also useful for streaming, but I know nothing about that. I only mention it because a lot of the documentation is about that process.

    Hope this helps!


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      Re: Compressing Video

      Also try this website http://www.videohelp.com/, it has all kinds of tutorials and software links for working with video.
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        Re: Compressing Video

        Have you used pinacle editing studio?

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